Bobbin is an essential part of the entire embroidery process, providing bottom thread that supports your work. A great bobbin determines the quality and efficiency of the product.
Its main categories are as follows: divided by model, there are usually three mainstream specifications: L, M, and A, which match the vast majority of embroidery machines from brands on the market, such as Tajima, Barudan, Ricoma, and Bai. ..Usually, a full bobbin could support 43000 to 50000 stitches.
In terms of type, empty bobbins are more suitable for embroidery enthusiasts, while aluminum ones are the most reliable and commonly used choice. Using a winding machine can bring you more fun, while prewound bobbins are more suitable for embroidery shop owners, providing a 120% -130% bottom thread and maintaining stable tension than self-winding ones, helping you complete better embroidery products, saving time and improving efficiency.
In terms of appearance, it can be divided into sided ones and sideless bobbins. The common types of sided bobbins are aluminum, plastic, and paper types, which protect the bobbin thread from direct impact from the locking fork; Ordinary sideless bobbins use glue to seal the edges, making it easier to see the progress of the use and reminding you when to replace them. Magnetic bobbins are more powerful, firmly fixing the bobbins in the bobbin case to prevent excessive rotation and recoil, ensuring a stable supply of bottom thread. The anti-slip spring needs to be removed first when you use the magnetic bobbins. Although it is pricey, still great investment and widely loved by embroiderers.
So, please choose the bobbins you need based on your embroidery stage, customer requirements, budget, and machine, to make your embroidery business greater.

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